Creating Beautiful Spaces with Nature

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Exterpark

Exterpark brand decking is the first “exterior wooden floor”

Exterpark hardwood decking embraces wood as it is, one of the warmest natural materials with unique and incomparable features of texture, colour, shades, patterns and grain, beauty and functionality come together to create spaces which are a statement of pure exclusivity. The warmth of excellently manufactured wood on bare feet is an exceptional feeling. Smooth surfaces, bevelled edges and no gaps create an unrivalled visual effect which make Exterpark the definite option for outdoor spaces. Exterpark brand decking is the first “exterior wooden floor” with the looks and comfort of an indoor hardwood floor. FSC ® certified deck boards with a worldwide patented fastening system guarantee the quality and exclusivity of this unique exterior wooden floor.

There's even an economy range

Still great quality with amazing value for money

Exterpark Economy decking is two shorter decking boards finger spliced together, thus proving to be a cost saving idea. This decking is called FJD (Finger Joint Duo) whereby a single line is seen on the face of the deck board, this is the same visible appearance as any other Exterpark Plus installation except the boards appear shorter. .

Unique Fastening System

Exterpark is the only hardwood decking with an invisible fixing profile making it the specifiers choice and an industry leader ?

  • A cornerstone of the Exterpark exclusive hidden and invisable fastening system which consists of a stainless steel profile in the shape of an omega which has the function of the classic dovetail joint by inserting it's wings into the lateral grooves of the wooden slats. These are then fixed to the joists by means of the PM Clip. The PM Clip performs the dual function of both fixing the hardwood flooring in place and maintaining a perfectly gauged separation between slats to allow water to escape. Both the PM Clips and screws are made from Stainless Steel. This material guarantees the fixture's durability as well as preventing rust.

We supply you everything you need.

21mm, 28mm and 35mm decking board thickness from stock in many timber species - specified by you and supplied by us for some of the most beautiful decking installations in the world.

Wood Species

Whatever your tastes, we're sure to have the answer


Ipe Sample
Elondo Sample
Cumaru Sample
Rustic Teak Hardwood

Kurupay Hardwood
Massaranduba Hardwood
Indonesian Teak Hardwood
Merbau Hardwood

Scientific Name: Tabebuia serratifolia
Other Names: Brazilian Walnut, Cortez, Greenheart, Ironwood, Hakai, Ipe, Lapacho, Polvillo, Tabebuia, Tahua Origin: Central and South America
Origin: Central and South America
Appearance: The heartwood of Ipe ranges from olive brown to near black, though it can have lighter or darker markings that are sharply separated from the yellower sapwood. Ipe is an oily appearance low-lustre wood, fine-to-medium textured, and straight to very irregularly grain.
Properties: Lapacho, or Ipe as it is also commonly referred to as, is an unbelievably durable and hard wood species. This species is very resistant to decay and termite and dry insect attack. Just like concrete and steel, it even has a Class 1 UBC (uniform building code) fire rating. Along with its extreme hardness, strength, weight, density, and durability, Lapacho is also one of the most stable woods available
Janka Hardness: 3684
Density: 1050 kg/m3
   
Scientific Name: Erythrophleum Ivorense.
Other Names: African Oak, Tali (Ivory Coast), Erun, Sasswood (Nigeria), Potrodom (Ghana), Kassa (Zaire), Muave (Zambia), Mwavi (Tanzania).
Origin: West, Central and East Africa
Appearance: Heartwood is red- , yellow-, or orange brown, darkening on exposure, sometimes streaked; sapwood creamy yellow, distinct. Texture coarse; grain interlocked or irregular; moderately high lustre
Properties: Dry wood is very difficult to saw and machine, rapid blunting of tools, carbide-tipped cutters are suggested; works to a smooth finish and takes a high polish, turns well. Sawdust may cause nose and throat irritation. Heartwood is rated as very durable and highly resistant to termite attack. Also described as resistant to marine borers. 
Janka Hardness: 1725
Density: 940kg/m3
   
Scientific Name: Dipteryx Odorata
Other Names: Almendrillo, Amburana, Brazilian Teak, Imburana de Cheiro Tonka, Tonquin Bean
Origin: Brazil, Surinam, Guyana, Central and South America
Appearance: The timber is attractive looking with heartwood that is brown yellow to reddish brown with dark veins. The sapwood is a distinct yellowish white. It has a medium texture with sometimes a strong interlocked grain. The species has an irregular, slightly interlocked grain and is coarse and wavy in texture
Properties: Cumaru is resistant to insect attack and decay. Does have good stability characteristics once dry. 
Janka Hardness: 3540
Density: 1070kg/m3
   
Scientific Name: Tectona Grandis
Other Names: Sagwan, tekku, kyun, sagon, tegina, tadi (India); jati sak (Thailand); djati, gia thi (Indonesia).
Origin: India, and S E Asia, and introduced into East and West Africa the Caribbean
Appearance: Its colour varies, from yellow – white to dark brown and creates a lively looking floor with endless permutations
Properties: For years, boat builders have prized teak’s unparalleled durability, workability and resistance to extreme weather conditions. Teak is unaffected by insects, fungus and acids making it ideal for decks and other outdoor architectural projects.
Due to the natural preservative oils in teak (tectona grandis) it is virtually maintenance free.  Oil finishes may be used to emphasize the rich beautiful colour of teak or if you wish, you can let it naturally weather to a warm silver-gray patina
Janka Hardness: 1150
Density: 650 kg/m3
   
Scientific Name: Anadenanthera Macrocarpa Brennan
Other Names: Curupau, Patagonian Rosewood, Angico Preto, Cebil, Cebil Colorado, Curupay-ata
Origin: Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, Central and South America
Appearance: The timber is attractive looking with heartwood pale brown, darkening on exposure to reddish brown with darker coloured, almost black, streaks; sapwood yellow brown or light pink. Texture fine and uniform; grain usually irregular and interlocked; without distinctive odour or taste.
Properties: Kurupay is resistant to insect attack and decay. Does have exceptional stability characteristics once dry. Along with its extreme hardness, strength, weight, density, and durability, Kurupay is also one of the most stable woods available.
Janka Hardness: 3840 (Harder than Ipe)
Density: 1050 kg/m3
   
Scientific Name: Manilkara bidentata
Other Names: Balata. Bolletrie & Maparaluba
Origin: South America, Central America and the West Indies
Appearance: In many ways its properties and uses are similar to Greenheart and Ekki. It has dark red brown slightly purplish heartwood, which turns to dark reddish brown on exposure with a distinct pale pink brown sapwood. It is straight grained and has a fine texture.
Properties: Massaranduba is an extremely strong and durable timber. It is used in heavy construction and marine work also ideal for flooring and decking. Due to the timbers straight grain and fine texture it is possible to produce a fine finish which has allowed it to be also used for tool handles and furniture components. The timber is naturally durable and is very resistant to decay and termites
Janka Hardness: 3190
Density: 1100 kg/m3
   
Scientific Name: Tectona Grandis
Other Names: Mai sak, pahi (Indonesian)
Origin: Indonesia
Appearance: Indonesian Teak heartwood is a uniform golden brown without markings. Grain is usually straight to slightly wavy. Texture is coarse, uneven and oily to the touch, sometimes with a white glistening deposit. This prestigious wood is taken from much older trees than plantation teak.
Properties: Heartwood is rated as very durable; moderately resistant to termite attack. Hardwood is extremely resistant to preservative treatments. Oiling not essential
Janka Hardness: 1150
Density: 650 kg/m3
   
Scientific Name: Intsia bijuga
Other Names: Ipil, Taal and Kwila
Origin: Southeast Asia and islands in the Pacific Ocean
Appearance: When freshly cut, the heartwood of Merbau is a yellowish to orange-brown colour, but then darkens to brown or red brown. The grain of this coarse-textured wood varies from straight to interlocked or wavy. One of the distinctive properties of this wood is that surface of the boards may have yellow "flecking" in the pores; thus, when finished, the wood may appear almost flecked with gold.
Properties: Merbau is almost as stable as teak. And although comparable to hickory in strength, Merbau has a much lower density. It has excellent dimensional stability and is highly resistant to termites.
Janka Hardness: 1925
Density: 950 kg/m3
   

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Buckinghamshire, HP7 0PX
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